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FINANCE – Announcing the Venture Capital 100

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Introducing the 2013 Venture Capital 100:
VC of the Year
Fred Wilson
Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures
www.usv.com
www.avc.com
Notable Exits: Twitter, LendingClub, TumblrFor years, the editors at AlwaysOn have been spreading the word about the Global Silicon Valley, and one of the hottest trends during the last several years is the establishment of entrepreneurial communities outside the traditional confines of Silicon Valley in Northern California. One of the most lucrative startup markets is in New York City, and this year’s Venture Capitalist of the Year, Fred Wilson, exemplifies what characterizes the New York venture scene-tenacity coupled with the uncanny ability to re-create and re-invent itself in the face of daunting odds.
Fred Wilson, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures
Early in his venture investing career, Mr. Wilson and his partner Jerry Colonna founded Flatiron Partners (named after the famed NYC district). The year was 1996, and as we now know, the dot-com bubble was expanding at an alarming rate. Flatiron put NYC venture funding on the map, with its many successes and failures. Like a lot of high flyers during that heady time, the fund shut down in 2001, with Mr. Wilson and Mr. Colonna managing the remainder of its portfolio.

Along with many VCs who experienced the devastation of the dot-com collapse, hindsight taught the members of the technology community some hard lessons about the entrepreneurial rollercoaster. Bloodied, but unbowed, Mr. Wilson began anew with partner Brad Burnham, founding Union Square Ventures in 2004. Union Square Ventures handles primarily early-stage investments, focusing on young technology companies in the media, marketing, financial services, mobile, and healthcare markets.

Mr. Wilson and his partners at Union Square have many notable exits to their credit, including Foursquare, Meetup, Zynga, del.icio.us, Etsy, FeedBurner, Heyzap, Indeed.com, Tacoda, Disqus, and Clickable. In 2013, the fund’s major exits included Twitter, Tumblr, and LendingClub. Twitter was 2013′s largest IPO, raising $2.1 billion in November. Union Square was one of several investors that participated in Twitter’s Series A in mid-2007. The firm also participated in its B and C rounds in 2008 and 2009, respectively. Union Square benefitted from its $24.5 billion valuation, along with other savvy investors who saw the potential of this “tiny” app back in 2006.

Mr. Wilson has a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering from MIT and an MBA from The Wharton School of Business at the University of Pennsylvania. His blog, AVC, is extremely popular, inviting comment on many topics that are affecting the venture industry and innovation community today. Never one to shy away from controversy, his discussions attract comments from VCs from all corners of the Global Silicon Valley, and offer advice to entrepreneurs who think they’re ready to take the step into the venture funding world.

The immediate future is an entrepreneur’s market. New technology sectors are opening up almost more rapidly than innovators can respond. The venture industry is shaking itself up, as more front-end, early-stage options abound. As the competition for venture capital tightens, you can be sure that Mr. Wilson and his partners at Union Square will be on the forefront of helping the most successful ideas become the most successful businesses.
The 2013 Venture Capital 100

Neeraj Agrawal
General Partner, Battery Ventures
http://www.battery.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Marc Andreessen
Co-Founder, Andreessen Horowitz
a16z.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

Mark Bailey
Managing Director, Draper Fisher Jurvetson
http://www.dfj.com
Notable Exits: Silver Spring

Thomas Ball
General Partner, Austin Ventures
http://www.austinventures.com
Notable Exits: RetailMeNot

Karey Barker
Managing Director, Cross Creek Advisors
crosscreekadvisors.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

Forest Baskett
General Partner, New Enterprise Associates
http://www.nea.com
Notable Exits: Tableau Software

Jeff Bezos
Founder, Bezos Expeditions
http://www.bezosexpeditions.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

George Bischof
Managing Director, MeriTech Capital Partners
http://www.meritechcapital.com
Notable Exits: Barracuda Networks, Model N

James Boettcher
Founding Partner, Focus Ventures
http://www.focusventures.com
Notable Exits: Marin Software, Cyan

Rick Bolander
Co-Founder and Managing Director, Gabriel Venture Partners
http://www.gabrielvp.com
Notable Exits: Chegg

John Borthwick
CEO, Betaworks Studio
betaworks.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

Roelof Botha
Partner, Sequoia Capital
http://www.sequoiacap.com
Notable Exits: FireEye, Xoom, Tumblr

Ben Boyer
Managing Director, Tenaya Capital
http://www.tenayacapital.com
Notable Exits: Qunar

Michael Brown
General Partner, Battery Ventures
http://www.battery.com
Notable Exits: ExactTarget

Bradford Burnham
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Union Square Ventures
http://www.usv.com
Notable Exits: Tumblr

Daniel Burstein
Founder and Managing Partner, Millennium Technology Value Partners
mtvlp.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

W. Eric Carlborg
Partner, August Capital
http://www.augustcap.com
Notable Exits: Zulily

Navin Chaddha
Managing Director, Mayfield Fund
http://www.mayfield.com
Notable Exits: Quanar, SolarCity, Zenprise

Todd Chaffee
Managing Director and General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners
http://www.ivp.com
Notable Exits: Twitter, Websense

Max Chee
Partner, Millennium Technology Value Partners
mtvlp.com
Notable Exits: Tumblr

Young Chung
Managing Director, DAG Ventures
http://www.dagventures.com
Notable Exits: RingCentral, YuMe

Bruce Cleveland
General Partner, InterWest Partners
http://www.interwest.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Kevin Comolli
Partner, Accel Partners
http://www.accel.com
Notable Exits: Supercell

Ron Conway
Special Advisor, SV Angel
svangel.com
Notable Exits: Twitter, Locu

Byron Deeter
Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
http://www.bvp.com
Notable Exits: Criteo, Adap.tv

John Doerr
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
http://www.kpcb.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

Barry Eggers
Partner, Lightspeed Venture Partners
lsvp.com
Notable Exits: Nimble Storage

Marie Ekeland
Partner, Elaila Partners
http://www.elaia.com
Notable Exits: Criteo

Bill Ericson
General Partner, Mohr Davidow Ventures
http://www.mdv.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

Karim Faris
Partner, Google Ventures
http://www.gv.com
Notable Exits: RetailMeNot

Peter Fenton
General Partner, Benchmark Capital
http://www.benchmark.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

Adam Fisher
Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
http://www.bvp.com
Notable Exits: Wix, Intucell, Soluto

Tony Florence
General Partner, New Enterprise Associates
http://www.nea.com
Notable Exits: Cvent

Norm Fogelsong
General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners
http://www.ivp.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Sameer Gandhi
Partner, Accel Partners
http://www.accel.com
Notable Exits: Sourcefire, Gracenote

John Gardner
Partner, Nokia Growth Partners
http://www.nokiagrowthpartners.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

Gaurav Garg
Founding Partner, Wing Venture Partners
wing.vc
Notable Exits: FireEye

Aaron Gershenberg
Managing Partner, SVB Capital
http://www.svb.com/svbcapital/
Notable Exits: FireEye

Randall Glein
Managing Director, DFJ Growth
http://www.dfjgrowth.com
Notable Exits: Tremor Video, Tumblr

Jim Goetz
Partner, Sequoia Capital
http://www.sequoiacap.com
Notable Exits: Nimble Storage, Barracuda Networks

Michael Goguen
Managing Partner, Sequoia Capital
http://www.sequoiacap.com
Notable Exits: Virident Systems

Greg Goldfarb
Managing Director, Summit Partners
http://www.summitpartners.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

David Golob
Partner, Francisco Partners Management
http://www.franciscopartners.com
Notable Exits: Barracuda Networks

Bob Goodman
Partner, Bessemer Venture Partners
http://www.bvp.com
Notable Exits: Liazon Corporation, Intucell

Mike Gordon
Managing Director, MeriTech Capital Partners
http://www.meritechcapital.com
Notable Exits: Cyan, Tremor, Sourcefire

Mark Gorenberg
Managing Director, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners
http://www.humwin.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Benoist Grossmann
Managing Partner, IDInvest Partners
http://www.idinvest.com/en/?
Notable Exits: Criteo

Tim Guleri
Managing Director, Sierra Ventures
http://www.sierraventures.com
Notable Exits: Sourcefire

Promod Haque
Senior Managing Partner, Norwest Venture Partners
http://www.nvp.com
Notable Exits: FireEye, Cyan, Virtela Technology Services

Paul Holland
General Partner, Foundation Capital
http://www.foundationcapital.com
Notable Exits: Chegg

Robert Hower
General Partner, G20 Ventures
http://www.atvcapital.com
Notable Exits: Acme Packet, Channel Advisor

Joi Ito
Co-Founder, DG Incubation
http://www.dgincubation.co.jp/en/
Notable Exits: Twitter

Brent Jones
Managing Director, Northgate Capital Group
http://www.northgatecapital.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

Jeff Jordon
General Partner, Andreessen Horowitz
a16z.com
Notable Exits: Zulily

Deepak Kamra
General Partner, Canaan Partners
http://www.canaan.com
Notable Exits: Acme Packet

Raj Kapoor
Venture Advisor, Mayfield Fund
http://www.mayfield.com
Notable Exits: Qunar

Vijay Khanna
General Partner, GIV Venture Partners
http://www.givventurepartners.com
Notable Exits: Cvent

Ben Kortlang
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
http://www.kpcb.com
Notable Exits: Silver Spring

Larry Kubal
Partner, Labrador Ventures
http://www.labrador.com
Notable Exits: Rocket Fuel

Doug Leone
Partner, Sequoia Capital
http://www.sequoiacap.com
Notable Exits: RingCentral

Jeffrey Lieberman
Managing Director, Insight Venture Partners
http://www.insightpartners.com
Notable Exits: Cvent

John Lilly
Partner, Greylock Partners
http://www.greylock.com
Notable Exits: Tumblr

Richard Lim
Managing Director, GSR Ventures Management
http://www.gsrventures.cn/en/
Notable Exits: Qunar

Frank Lin
General Partner, DCM
http://www.dcm.com
Notable Exits: 58.com

Jeff Lipton
Vice President, Venture and Strategic Investments, Juniper Networks
http://www.juniper.net
Notable Exits: FireEye, Cyan

John Malloy
Co-Founder and General Partner, BlueRun Ventures
brv.com
Notable Exits: Waze Mobile, Topsy Labs

Jules Maltz
General Partner, Institutional Venture Partners
http://www.ivp.com
Notable Exits: RetailMeNot

Mike Maples Jr.
Managing Partner, Floodgate
floodgate.com
Notable Exits: Twitter, YuMe, Chegg

Mary Meeker
Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
http://www.kpcb.com
Notable Exits: Waze Mobile Limited, LendingClub

Jeb Miller
General Partner, JAFCO Ventures
http://www.jafco.com
Notable Exits: FireEye, MoPub

Yuri Milner
Founder, DST Global
http://www.dstglobalsolutions.com
Notable Exits: Twitter

Yatin Mundkur
Partner, Artiman Ventures
http://www.artiman.com
Notable Exits: Virident Systems

Tae Hea Nahm
Founding Managing Director, Storm Ventures
http://www.stormventures.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Rory O’Driscoll
Founding Member and Partner, Scale Venture Partners
http://www.scalevp.com
Notable Exits: ExactTarget

Deven Parekh
Managing Director, Insight Venture Partners
http://www.insightpartners.com
Notable Exits: Chegg, Twitter

Douglas A. Pepper
General Partner, InterWest Partners
http://www.interwest.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Sonja Perkins
Managing Director, Menlo Ventures
http://www.menloventures.com
Notable Exits: Acme Packet

Nick Pianim
Managing Director, DAG Ventures
http://www.dagventures.com
Notable Exits: FireEye

Shervin Pishevar
Venture Advisor, Menlo Ventures
http://www.menloventures.com
Notable Exits: Tumblr

Ned Renzi
Founding Partner, Birchmere Ventures
http://www.birchmerevc.com
Notable Exits: Cvent

Gordon Ritter
Founder and General Partner, Emergence Capital Partners
http://www.emcap.com
Notable Exits: Veeva Systems

T.J. Rylander
Partner, In-Q-Tel
http://www.iqt.org
Notable Exits: FireEye

Bijan Sabet
General Partner, Spark Capital Partners
http://www.sparkcapital.com
Notable Exits: Tumblr, Twitter

Scott Sandell
New Enterprise Associates
General Partner, New Enterprise Associates
http://www.nea.com
Notable Exits: Workday, Tableau, Spreadtrum

Theodore Schlein
General Partner, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers
http://www.kpcb.com
Notable Exits: Chegg, The 41st Parameter, EdgeSpring

Barry Schuler
Managing Director, DFJ Growth
http://www.dfjgrowth.com
Notable Exits: Twitter, Tumblr

Samuel Schwerin
Co-Founder and Managing Partner, Millennium Technology Value Partners
mtvlp.com
Notable Exits: Chegg

Craig Sherman
Managing Director, MeriTech Capital Partners
http://www.meritechcapital.com
Notable Exits: Zulily

Jaon Stoffer
General Partner, Maveron
http://www.maveron.com
Notable Exits: Zulily

Sunny Sugaya
General Partner, JAFCO Ventures
http://www.jafco.com
Notable Exits: FireEye

Ryan Sweeney
General Partner, Accel Partners
http://www.accel.com
Notable Exits: Braintree Payment Solutions

Gus Tai
General Partner, Trinity Ventures
http://www.trinityventures.com
Notable Exits: Zulily

Rob Theis
Managing Director, Scale Venture Partners
http://www.scalevp.com
Notable Exits: RingCentral

Robin Vasan
Managing Dircetor, Mayfield Fund
http://www.mayfield.com
Notable Exits: Marketo

Dominique Vidal
Partner, Index Ventures
http://www.indexventures.com
Notable Exits: Criteo

Ravi Viswanathan
Partner, New Enterprise Associates
http://www.nea.com
Notable Exits: Braintree Payment Solutions

Peter Wagner
Founder, Wing Venture Partners
wing.vc
Notable Exits: Nimble Storage

Rob Ward
Managing Director, MeriTech Capital Partners
http://www.meritechcapital.com
Notable Exits: Tableau Software, Rally Software

David Weiden
Partner, Khosla Ventures
http://www.khoslaventures.com
Notable Exits: RingCentral

Warren Weiss
General Partner, Foundation Capital
http://www.foundationcapital.com
Notable Exits: Silver Spring

Harry Weller
Partner, New Enterprise Associates
http://www.nea.com
Notable Exits: Sourcefire

George Zachary
General Partner, Charles River Associates
http://www.crai.com
Notable Exits: Twitter


The winners of this competition will be officially honored at:

Venture Summit Silicon Valley 2014
Where Big Ideas Meet Big Money
February 13th, 2014
Draper University
44 E. 3rd Ave.
San Mateo, CA

Venture Summit Silicon Valley 2014
Where Big Ideas Meet Big Money
February 13th, 2014
Draper University, 44 E. 3rd Ave, San Mateo, CA

Venture Summit Silicon Valley is the premier annual gathering of the brightest minds and top entrepreneurs, investors, and corporate players in the Global Silicon Valley. This one-day exclusive event treats attendees to a high-level debate and discourse on top trends and opportunities in the booming digital media and entertainment and on-demand and cloud computing sectors. Venture Summit Silicon Valley is taking place at the dynamic new Draper University, where participants can easily meet up, socially network, and make deals happen. At Venture Summit Silicon Valley, AlwaysOn editors honor the Venture Capitalist 100 and Top 10 VC Firms of 2013. The Venture Summit Silicon Valley program features many of the VC 100 CEOs and founders and recognized venture capital players.

Top Trends and Topics at Venture Summit Silicon Valley 2014
  • The Billion Dollar Mobile Games Boom
  • The Globalization of the Internet User
  • Boosting Business via Strategic Partners
  • The Venture Capital and Fundraising Outlook
  • The Socialization of Everything Online
  • The Mobilization of Consumers and Workers
  • The Cloud and SaaS Boom
AGENDA
Thursday Feb 13th
8:00 am – 9:30 am
Registration, Networking Breakfast, Company Demo Station Visits & Private Meetings
9:30 am – 10:00 am
Fireside Chat: Tim Draper, Founder & Super Hero, Draper University
A native of Silicon Valley, and third generation venture investor, Tim Draper pioneered the globalization of the venture capital business when he started the DFJ Global Network. The DFJ Network now includes 16 sister funds operating on four continents. In 2013, Tim maintained his lifelong focus of championing the global entrepreneur by founding Draper University of Heroes. During a seven week fast track program, all students create their own company with mentoring from top industry coaches and have the opportunity to pitch to top Silicon Valley VCs.
Host: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
Tim Draper, Founder, Draper University and DFJ Global Network
10:00 am – 10:20 am
Developments in the New Private Capital Markets
Greg Brogger, President, NASDAQ Private Market
10:20 am – 10:40 am
Later-Stage Funding Strategies
The average venture-backed company raises seven rounds of capital before it exits. Late stage funding has several advantages, including building a strong balance sheet and providing growth capital—both of which helps founders establish a higher valuation benchmark for their eventual sale or IPO.
Host: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
David Dohrmann, Managing Director, ROTH Capital
Kelly Porter, Managing Director, Woodside Capital Partners
Aaron Gershenberg, Managing Partner, SVB Capital
10:40 am -11:00 am
Top Company CEO Presentations
Top private company CEOs pitch their business plans to potential strategic partners, customers, investors, and businesses in the venture capital industry.
Host: Ed Lambert, SVP-Market Manager, Bridge Bank
Larry Augustin, CEO, SugarCRM
Robert Stewart, CEO, Yardarm Technologies
Andrew Maltin, CEO, Hang With, Inc.
11:00 am – 11:20 am
Buiding Your Startup for a Successful IPO
Rocket Fuel was one of the most successful IPOs of 2013. Rocket Fuel also met Nokia Ventures at AlwaysOn’s OnMedia event in 2009, which led to Nokia’s $5 million investment into the company.
George John, CEO, Rocket Fuel
11:20 am – 11:40 am
Top CEO Roundtable on Finding the Right Exit
Every CEO who raises outside capital is promising their investors a ROI. The following group of AlwaysOn Top Company CEOs will discuss how they intend to deliver on that promise.
Host: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
Larry Augustin, CEO, SugarCRM
Barmak Meftah, CEO, AlienVault
George John, CEO, Rocket Fuel
11:40 am – 12:00 pm
Top Company CEO Presentations
Top private company CEOs pitch their business plans to potential strategic partners, customers, investors, and businesses in the venture capital industry.
Host: Ed Lambert, SVP-Market Manager, Bridge Bank
Michael Castellano, CEO, engajer
Jean Michel Morot-Gaudry, CEO, Hollywoodland
Ashish Chorida, CEO, Alphonso Inc.
12:00 pm – 12:30 pm
Top Venture Capital & Power Player Lunch
Who is Powering the Global Silicon Valley?
Presenter: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
12:30 pm – 1:00 pm
What is it about Silicon Valley?

Before the Internet boom, the San Francisco Bay area was busy changing the world with the “Summer of Love,” pioneering Rock and Roll, and inventing the microprocessor and the PC. This free-ranging session will discuss and debate why Silicon Valley has been such an amazing vortex of creativity, and the negative fall out that comes with such a powerful social phenomenon.

Host: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
Father CJ McCloskey, Catholic Priest, Writer, and Television Personality
David Carlick, Venture Partner, Rho Ventures
Tim Draper, Founder, Draper University and DFJ Global Network
1:00 pm – 1:40 pm
Thought Leader Presentation & Interactive Session TBA
1:40 pm – 2:00 pm
Top Company CEO Presentations
Top private company CEOs pitch their business plans to potential strategic partners, customers, investors, and businesses in the venture capital industry.
Host: Ed Lambert, SVP-Market Manager, Bridge Bank
Michael Smalls, Founder & CEO, Hoopla
Steven Clarke-Martin, Founder & CEO, Media Relevance
Satjot Sawhney, CEO, Tapfame
2:00 pm – 2:20 pm
Crowdfunding Boom—Real Disruption or Sign of a New Bubble?
OurCrowd has raised over $33 million for 32 portfolio companies since its launch in February 2013, making it the global leader in equity crowdfunding.
Thought Leader: Jonathan Medved, CEO & Founder, OurCrowd
2:20 pm – 2:40 pm
Roundtable on Crowdfunding Boom—Real Disruption or Sign of a New Bubble?
Between the crowd-funding networks AngelList and OurCrowd, over $60 million has been raised for entrepreneurs. Is matching early stage investors with upstarts online a sustainable business or the next Internet stock bubble waiting to burst?
Host: David Carlick, Venture Partner, Rho Ventures
Duncan Davidson, Founder & Partner, Bullpen Capital
Jonathan Medved, CEO & Founder, OurCrowd
Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
Kevin Laws, COO, AngelList
2:40 pm – 3:00 pm
Top Company CEO Presentations
Top private company CEOs pitch their business plans to potential strategic partners, customers, investors, and businesses in the venture capital industry.
Host: Ed Lambert, SVP-Market Manager, Bridge Bank
3:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Top Company Demo Station Visits and Networking Break
3:30 pm – 4:10 pm
Choreographing the Strategic Dance

Every startup can quickly leverage its position in its market through a strategic relationship with a larger corporate partner. Such partnerships can come with a variety of different kinds of support, from product distribution to investment capital. This top tier group of partners will discuss what kind of venture-backed companies they are watching out for, and what kind of deals they like to do.

Host: Kelly Porter, Managing Director, Woodside Capital Partners
Scott Levine, Managing Director, Time Warner Investments
Kevin Morrow, Vice President, Partnerships & Business Development, Samsung Electronics
Alberto Torres, SVP, Mobility, Hewlett-Packard
Rohit Bodas, Partner, American Express Ventures
4:10 pm – 4:30 pm
Top Company CEO Presentations
Top private company CEOs pitch their business plans to potential strategic partners, customers, investors, and businesses in the venture capital industry.
Host: Ed Lambert, SVP-Market Manager, Bridge Bank
4:30 pm – 5:00 pm
Venture Capital Roundtable: Outlook for 2014
Host: Mihir Jobalia, Managing Director and Global Head of Technology Corporate Finance, KPMG
Duncan Davidson, Founder & Partner, Bullpen Capital
Christine Herron, Director, Intel Capital
5:00 pm – 5:10 pm
Presentation to the Top VC Partners & Firms of the Year
Host: Tony Perkins, Founder & Editor, AlwaysOn
5:10 pm – 6:00 pm
Fireside Chat with the Venture Investor of the Year
Host: Tony Perkins, Founder and Editor, AlwaysOn
6:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Top VC & VC Fund Cocktail Reception

See our current program, reserve your ticket, or learn more about Venture Summit Silicon Valley 2014.

Venture Summit Silican Valley

Contact Shannon Calvin (shannon@aonetwork.com, 954.663.2086), Grant Gunderson (grant@aonetwork.com, 916.217.0427), or Paul Hamadeh (paul@alwaysonventures.com, 415.269.3738) for details on how your company can participate.

For more information on group rates or to make reservations by phone, please contact the AlwaysOn Concierge Joan Alperin at 310.993.3584 or by e-mail at VIPtickets@aonetwork.com.

Now is the time to get on board. Whether you are looking for new investments, strategic partners or clients in the Global Silicon Valley, Venture Summit Silicon Valley is the insider event you won’t want to miss. We hope to see you there !

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